7 Safety Measures To Ensure You Are Not Driving With Glaucoma

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide after cataract. It is an insidious eye disorder, which leads to progressive damage of the optic nerve in a characteristic pattern leading to loss of vision. Sadly, many people aren’t even aware that they are suffering from such eye disorder.

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What harms children’s vision in digital era?

With the increasing influx of electronic gadgets in the market, a lot of children are getting exposed to it and spend more time than ever. However, this has amplified parents concern about their vision getting impaired. Eye doctors at Advanced Eye Hospital & Institute, Navi Mumbai have seen a huge increase in children with dry eye and eyestrain because of using gadgets for long hours.

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Best eye care tips for contact lenses users from Advanced Eye Hospital

To have a more natural look and have freedom to wear any kind of clothes, a lot of people opt for contact lenses over eyeglasses. Even though many are aware of the long-term side effects of prolonged contact wear even then it becomes a habit for them to wear contact lenses. A few will admit that they are afraid of undergoing vision correcting laser procedure and therefore continue wearing contact lenses.

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Is sleep overrated? Can it affect your eyes?

In today’s day and era, many of us find ourselves exhausted at work. Even though reasons for that can be many but lack of proper sleep is one of the major reasons. One study showed that 72% of Indians on an average wake up thrice every night and more than 85% of them attribute this as a reason towards lack of sleep.

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Eating Oranges may prevent macular degeneration

If apples have gained the reputation of keeping general good health of the body, then oranges eaters may soon be known to less likely develop an eye disease - macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is a progressive eye disease in which the central part of the retina i.e. macula is affected that results in vision loss. Macula is responsible for fine details of central image required for reading fine print, driving, recognizing faces etc.

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New Variety of Contact lenses for best treatment of Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a refractive error where a person’s vision becomes blurry. Normal vision occurs when the incoming light enters through cornea, bends through lens and falls directly on the back of the eye i.e. retina.
The normal shape of the cornea is a round like a basketball, however, in case of astigmatism;the cornea is more curved in one axis causing it to become more conical. Hence, the focal point does not touch the retina to give normal and clear vision.

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Can smartphone be responsible for blurry vision?

Often we don’t realize that our eyes pay a heavy price for all those many hours which we spend on electronic gadgets like computers, smartphones, tablets etc., and the price is - eye strain and dry tired eyes.
And because of the high prevalence, this eye strain experience has been named as computer vision syndrome (CVS).
The symptoms of CVS are also very common such as burning eyes, headache, light sensitivity, back pain upto neck, blurred vision.

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Eye myths busted!

I have 20/20 vision, so I couldn't have glaucoma.
Individuals with perfect vision could still have or develop glaucoma since the disease usually affects peripheral vision first and central vision last.So most people in early stages have perfect central vision. Affection of peripheral vision can be detected only by specialised tests

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